Today’s successful businesses are utilizing two-tier ERP strategies to their advantage. Never before has time been so precious a resource, so costly to replace and so essential for capitalizing on opportunities. Gone are the days of the old, slow-to-react ERP system. ERP systems, the heart of many complex manufacturers, must be agile, focused on customers and capable of being quickly integrated to, reconfigured and most of all aligned to strategy to succeed.
This is according to the white paper, “Conquering Complexity in Real-Time Using Two-Tier ERP Strategies – Best Practices of Complex Manufacturers”, presented by Cincom Systems that examines the best practices for companies that are out to become more competitive with a two-tier ERP strategy. “By concentrating on steps you can take today to transform your complex business ― and make it more competitive, responsive and opportunistic ― your company will better use the ERP systems it has,” says Louis Columbus, author of the white paper. “It’s time to challenge the status quo and confront complexity for what it is ― a major roadblock.”
“Conquering Complexity in Real-Time Using Two-Tier ERP Strategies – Best Practices of Complex Manufacturers” answers the following questions:
- Can using a two-tier ERP strategy support the strategic role of factories in their global value chains?
- Can following a two-tier ERP strategy unite enterprise systems to a common objective?
- How do you define critical success factors for both pilots and full production?
“Opportunities are everywhere. Spotting and acting on them takes enterprise systems that can cut through complexity and allow a business to quickly get to its goals,” says Louis Columbus.
To download Cincom’s “Conquering Complexity in Real-Time Using Two-Tier ERP Strategies – Best Practices of Complex Manufacturers,” visit http://ow.ly/aV6Ig (no registration form required).